Priced at $495, SEP BSR delivers SLES Linux disaster recovery performance at a price point attractive to many SMBs.
With the release of SEP sesam Bare System Recovery (BSR) for SLES Linux, SEP has enhanced its backup and recovery software portfolio to provide a fast and secure methodology to recover from a major hardware failure.
For many SMBs, the addition of disaster recovery software to their backup and recovery strategies was cost prohibitive, says SEP sesam. The company argues that with the immediate release of SEP’s BSR, disaster recovery planning has been made affordable.
Priced at $495, SEP BSR delivers SLES Linux disaster recovery performance at a relatively low price. Now when a disaster occurs, all Linux-based applications and their associated data can be recovered and restored.
The user/administrator can switch out a disk drive or replace a computer system and use SEP sesam BSR along with Novell’s SUSE Studio to restore the server to its prior state.
Design and Functionality
SUSE Studio, in conjunction with SEP sesam BSR, makes regular updates to the SLES drivers, and the combination of SUSE Studio and SEP sesam BSR assures the recreation–even with new hardware–of the failed environment.
The administration of SEP sesam BSR is fully integrated into the SEP GUI, which SEP says makes data recover “easy and intuitive.”
Using SEP sesam backup concepts the overall management and data store is managed by a central console. During the recovery process, the file system is recreated as well as the different disk drive configurations–i.e., partition, multiple disk drives, expanded partition, etc. SEP says this strategy “guarantees fast Disaster Recovery down to bare metal recovery.”
SEP has made a free 30-day trial version available for download.